Plastic Home for Military and Third World Countries

Charlotte, NC / March 19, 2014 / Revolution International, Inc. has inked a contract with Five Star Consulting Group, Inc. to represent a very unique product to third world countries and for military use around the world.

The product is pre-build plastic structures that are water proof, fire proof and bullet proof and can contain winds in excess of 200 mph. The units can come with or without electrical and plumbing built in. They can be constructed in as little 6 hours.

“We are already in discussions with officials in the Philippines. When Super Typhoon Haiyan hit Central Philippine, with 200,000 people in it’s path, it wiped out the entire area. The people lucky enough to survive were left without shelter and have virtually remained that way since the late 2013 storm. We plan to bring these homes to the area, with the help of our Philippine associates,” said company spokesman, Tim Smith.

Revolution International, Inc. is a privately owned company diversified in state of the art products to be distributed Internationally, specializing in products that help people and help the environment.

Tim Smith
Revolution International, Inc.
(704) 662-3015


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